SEPTEMBER 2018 – President’s Letter

I’m sending out September’s letter early as we just finished our August open and executive meetings. We had about 20 people attend and that includes the Board. We have 300 homes and represented at the meeting were about 15 homes. That’s only a 5% attendance, so it’s important that we (the Board) share the information discussed at those meetings.

The vitally important things facing the Board are our next year contracts for the pool and landscaping. Both of these will be reviewed by the Director responsible and then presented to the full Board for approval. Our 2019 budget can be formulated based on those large expenditures.

We just completed a reserve study, and although we are still sifting through all the information presented, it seems we are in a very good financial place for the next five years. Although the study does call for a $5 increase in the yearly fees five years from now. That would mean a .50 cents per month increase. As that date approaches, the Board in place at that time will have to make a decision if it is needed.

The Board is also seriously considering a new legal team for next year as we are not pleased with the results and cost of the current legal group.

A couple other agenda items will be developing a fine schedule along with punitive measures for those that do not follow the covenants and or our policies. Adding to that will be fine tuning our leasing program to address renters who are unable to handle living in an HOA community. This will include eliminating the homeowner or leasing company from renting in our subdivision.

All in all this year has presented no real big problems although landscaping has been problematic throughout the year. Most of this stems from being able to maintain adequate help. We have been told this is not just our issue but has affected many landscaping companies this year.

That’s an overview of what is going on and I will touch on some detailed information in the rest of this newsletter. Football season is here and I hope all of our teams do well. Enjoy the long fall season as I especially do in this area of Georgia.

Thanks for reading,

Don Roach, President


CCHOA Bear: Email from Resident

Today the board received an email from a resident on Centennial Commons Bend.  As we all hoped our community bear moved on, he/she has not.  Last night, she was able to snap a photo of him looking into

Backyard window.  Again, we emphasize to not leave bird seed or any other food out.  Make sure garbage cans are securely stowed away.  Beware in the evening hours.

Easement Update

As you can tell the construction has begun big time to the right of our entrance. The developer has taken down the clump of trees on our common property that was blocking our view to the right as you exited the community. That was a huge safety bonus for our subdivision. The 17 or 18 homes being built in the area will be priced above $300k and that should certainly raise our home values. They have completed tapping into our sewer system and this ended up being a non-event…

Pool News

Pool season is winding down. The pool hours changed after the Labor Day Weekend.  The new hours will be 9 AM to 8 PM.  Also, the lifeguards will no longer be available. The pool volunteers will test the water twice daily along with inspecting the pool at opening and closing times. The pool will close for the year on Sept. 30. I hope you were able to enjoy the pool this season.

Facebook page

A little more than half of our residents have joined our Facebook page.  This is the best and fastest way to get immediate information regarding the subdivision, i.e.; looking for recommendations on home issues, posting events in the community, lost dogs, found dogs, and yes, even our recent bear sighting! If you have not already done so, please go to CCHOA in Acworth on Facebook and ask to join the group. (Make sure to take the time to read the conduct policy regarding all posts.)


The other way to get information is to join our email list. You are getting this because we have your email information and can send you important information quickly. If your neighbor doesn’t know why they are not getting this it’s because the Secretary, Shirley Cox does not have their info. Tell them to drop her a line at And she will add you to our community email list.

Landscaping News

We have noticed a new weed called Dove weed in the yards along Centennial Commons View. We have directed 4 Seasons to spray this weed as they find it in the next turf treatment.  Unfortunately, this treatment will cause a temporary yellowing of the surrounding lawn but it will not kill the grass.  

Landscaping News – Broken Mantles in Lamppost

Several complaints have come up over the summer regarding the broken gas mantles caused by mowers hitting the lamppost. The best solution for this is to place garden rock or flowers around your post. If the mowers stay far enough away from the post they will not bump it. Also, there will be fewer complaints that the grass is too high around the posts. Be sure to fill out an ACC request before doing though so you can get approval for this work.

Landscaping News – Tree canopies

Some trees are so large; they are beyond what landscapers can do. 4 Seasons will trim up to 10-12 feet. Any additional thinning of the crown of the tree or removal of branches above the 10-12 feet limit is the responsibility of the homeowner.

Landscaping News – Shrubs

Many of the homes in the subdivision are now old enough that front and side shrubs are crowding out each other and causing some of those old bushes to die.  If you have this situation it is your responsibility to remove and replace these after getting ACC approval.

Landscaping News – Large Golden-thread False Cypress

Many of you have these large shrubs in your front yard and they may be looking very gangly with wild tops. 4 Seasons used to trim these as a matter of practice but about 4 years ago they discontinued that practice unless otherwise specifically and personally directed by the homeowner.  If you want them trimmed you must call our Representative Shawn Lesko at 404-822-5771 and make an appointment to meet with him to discuss your specific needs.

Dog Feces

We have received many complaints regarding homeowners who walk their dogs and do not pick up after their dog. The residents have asked us to do something about this. As much as we agree that this is a very inconsiderate action, neither the board nor CMA has any recourse to this action without specific information.  In order to notify CMA to issue a violation, we must have either the dog owners name and/or address.  Also, if possible take a photo and include it, would be helpful.  Just a photo by itself, without any other information, renders us helpless to pursue the homeowner. All names of those filing a complaint are kept completely confidential as we protect the privacy of our homeowners.

The following are Previous News Articles but some have updated info,  you should review to stay informed…

Homeowners must be present with any visitors using the amenities

If you or your family bring or allow visitors to use the HOA amenities some adult from your household must be with them continuously while they are using the amenities.  We have had numerous occasions of visitors who are unaware of our rules and become offended when we tell them to follow the rules and procedures. Please help us with this issue.

New Game Day for the Ladies

Recently Elaine Drake set up a day once a month for the ladies to get together to chat and play games. The first one was June 28 and I heard it was fun and a success. Elaine normally posts the dates, times and particulars on Facebook. Next date is Sept. 27.

Paper Delivery

There have been some complaints about the Sunday ad papers that are delivered. If you don’t want these ads delivered, call them (AJC) at 404-522-4141 and tell them you want to cease delivery. They will stop delivering.

Tennis Court Usage

The tennis courts are made for playing tennis and pickleball. Any other activities can result in damage to the courts, nets, and fencing. Skateboarding and roller blades will result in damage to the surface.

Additionally, proper footwear is required to protect the surface and the user. The costs to maintain the courts are in the thousands and therefore we need to follow the procedures for playing at the courts. Please respect this amenity.

Changes in Renting the Clubhouse

A new rental form is on our website. A new Clubhouse Rental Form has been posted on our website for you to fill out if renting the clubhouse. Some holiday weekends that fall during pool season will limit the size of rental participants due to the need for parking spots for our residents. Be aware if you are trying to rent the clubhouse during those dates and have a large party function you will be denied a rental agreement. We will try to keep the calendar updated to indicate those days so you will be aware of them. Before asking to rent the clubhouse you should first check and see if it’s available on the calendar.

A few other changes include the hours to hold your event which will be a maximum of 6 hours. You will still be given all day access to set up and clean up but the event hours will be limited to 6 hours. Why? We have found events running long have built-in hazards especially if there are children and or alcohol involved. Children tend to get bored after a while and will create their own fun with whatever is available when other activities are not provided. Alcohol use after 6 hours is not safe for anyone and we don’t need the resulting problems that come with that. Additionally, when we looked at other community rentals they limit their times to 4 hours or less.

Changes in Renting the Clubhouse Cont’d

You must leave the clubhouse no later than 11:59 PM. If you overstay your time you could lose your deposit or be charged, at the least, another day rental.

Also, the furniture must stay in the clubhouse and not be put outside the clubhouse. The rolling chairs were purchased at over $700 apiece and we do not need them outside and being used as toys. If you are having participants i.e. young children you may want to use the fold-out tables and chairs for their use.

When you rent the clubhouse, you are responsible for the heating and cooling system.  Make sure to return to its original setting. If you change the temperature the system will accommodate your desire and eventually return to the settings we have established when not in use. If you change the temperature and hit “hold”, that temperature will continue until someone releases it. This causes an unnecessary cost to all of us because of the renter not releasing the hold. Your compliance in this is expected and could affect your $200 deposit.

Additionally, if you do damage to the facility we need to know immediately. If you don’t notify us we may not be able to repair the damage because of the amount of time that has elapsed, especially with stains. In those cases, you will be assessed the cost of either replacing the property or fixing it.

We believe these changes will preserve the investments we made in the clubhouse and will provide better guidelines to the homeowner renting the facility.

Pickle Ball

The pickleball group has suspended playing on Saturdays at 9 AM as they try to get more players. If they start back playing the new hours may be pushed back to 10 AM. You can find out more about this group on our website. You can email Bob Dougherty @ for more information. New players are welcome. Paddles and balls are provided.

Bunco 6:30 PM

Bunco will resume on Sept. 22. Please bring $5 to play and a dish to share and whatever type of refreshment you’d like to drink while playing. Bunco is a simple dice game and can be easily learned during the playing of the game.

Free Library

In the walkway to the fitness room, a bookcase is full of books. The smaller one has children books. You may take a book to read or you may leave a book for others to read. Feel free to use this trade-off. Tracy Gibson is the owner of this process you can contact her at


Thanks for reading,

Don Roach, President and the Board of Centennial Commons

New Mailing Address for 4 Seasons Landscape Group

Those of you that pay them for backyard turf treatments via their mailing address need to take special note of this change.
4 Seasons has recently moved to a new office location and has given us their new mailing address.
                                 4 Seasons  Landscape Group, LLC
                                 5323 Goshen Springs Road
                                  Norcross, GA  30093

DECEMBER 2017 – President’s Letter

Recently our homeowners should have received an annual meeting reminder in the mail. Inside there
should have been an agenda for the meeting on January 22, 2018, a proxy and a 2018 estimated budget. If
you haven’t received this you need to contact CMA immediately to get your copy.

I cannot believe 2017 is coming to a close. This has been a good year for the subdivision. While we have
faced some expensive repairs (it always can be worse) we made some major improvements to the
property at minimal costs.

Our volunteer base has expanded and made the heavy workload of a few to a light workload of many. As
we continue to work through many experiences we are able to get help from many of our gifted residents
to solve or fix these problems. Or in some cases begin new social interactions that allow the community
to share with each other in various ways, i.e. book exchange, water aerobics and pickle ball to name a few.
As always, I hope you can make the open association meeting on the 3 rd Monday of each month @ 7 PM
where the Board explains all the issues facing the community. If you can’t make the meeting it is
important for you to read through this newsletter as it contains many of the areas that are covered at the
meeting. Thanks for reading.

Don Roach, President

Board Election January 2018
Please vote!!!! We will need over 75 residents to vote before or on January 22, 2018 with the proxy sent to
you. Once filled out you can drop it of at 5247 Centennial Hill Drive at the HOA mailbox by the garage, or send
it to CMA or you can drop it off at the clubhouse between the hours of 7 AM and 7 PM on Monday, Jan 22. If
you are not attending, you will need to leave the top line blank so the Board can vote your selections or you can
appoint someone that will be attending as your proxy holder. If you write someone’s name in there they have to
be a resident in good standing i.e. current with their fees and attending the meeting and will be there at 7 PM.
You are able to vote for the current Board or you can write in a candidate on your proxy. If we have the
appropriate number of votes we will have CMA and a volunteer or two will count the votes from the proxies
and the 5 persons who garner the most votes will be the 2018 Board. Thanks for taking the time to vote…

Late payments
I’ve said this before but I will address it again. If you are late with your payments your access to the benefits of
the subdivision will be suspended until you become current. This includes access to the amenities including
clubhouse rentals. If you continue to fall behind you will be turned over to collections by CMA. We allowed
CMA to use this tool to reduce our legal costs. It is not fair to the rest of the residents to pay to make others pay
on time.

If you have come under tough financial conditions you can call CMA and work out a payment plan until what
time things are better financially for you. This will keep you from being sent to the collection agency.
Remember this help is not a way for you to avoid paying it is assistance during times when you are struggling to
meet your commitments. CMA will require you to define your relief time and payment structure.

Vandalism and unauthorized entry
If you or your family or someone you have authorized to use your key access card damage our amenities or use
force or avoid the security system to enter the amenities you will be fined and face a possible suspension of
access to the HOA amenities. In addition to those penalties, the HOA will assess any costs to repair your acts of
vandalism or destruction, including legal costs incurred and we may reach out to the local authorities for
possible criminal ramifications. We have enough issues with outsiders vandalizing our property without
homeowners who believe they can do whatever they want without regard to our property and assets.

Cars and discarded furniture on Woodstock
We have had complaints about the truck parking, cars for sale and furniture being discarded across from our
entrance on Woodstock Rd. I have contacted the Cherokee County Marshall office before but it continues to
happen. One of our residents also contacted them recently and I’ll take the liberty to post what she wrote from
Facebook as I know not everyone is on that social communication. I will not state her name as I’m not sure she
would want me too.

Here is what was posted:
For those in the neighborhood that have been trying to get rid of the used cars and the dump across from our
subdivision I have good news. Today I found out this property is in Cherokee Co and also found out it used to
belong to Centennial Lakes but was bought back by Cherokee Co roads and bridges. I had a very nice Cherokee
Co deputy call me twice today to keep me informed as to what is going to happen. The cars and dump are
illegal. They will try to find the owners of the cars and give them 15 days to get them moved. He is also
contacting the Cherokee Co Dept. of bridges and roads to get all the items that have been dumped hauled away.
I know many of my neighbors were calling Cobb Co numerous times to no avail. I called Cobb Co Dept. of
Transportation today and that is when I found that the area was probably in Cherokee although he was going to
send someone out to look at it. In the meantime I called Cherokee Co who got me in touch with the Marshall’s
office and Eureka! What a difference there was in talking with Cobb and Cherokee. Cherokee Co had it solved
within a matter of 2 hrs.

Thank you to the resident that took the time to get this on its way to being fixed!

Landscaping News
Our final dressing of pine straw for the year will be distributed starting the week of December 6th. The
contractor will focus on distributing pine straw to the residences first and then finish up dressing the common
areas after that.

Our final turf treatment of the year for our front/side yards is happening on December 11 and is a liquid pre-
emergent to suppress weed germination. If you are one of the households that has signed up to also have your
backyards treated at the same time as the front/side yards, please ensure that you have your side gate unlocked
so Tru- Green can access your backyard. As always, the front and side yard turf treatments are no extra cost to
our residents but backyard treatments are $16/treatment. If you would like to sign up for your backyard to be
treated in the future you may call the Office Administrator, Linda Lane at 4 Seasons 770-452- 4455. The next
turf treatment in 2018 will likely be in February.

4 Seasons will be cutting back roses in January/February and will be trimming any bushes that have long
leaders but we will not be having a "hard pruning" done to any bushes this winter.

Santa for the kids
The social group will be holding a Children’s Christmas party on December 10 from 2-3 pm. Crafts/snacks and
a visit from Santa will occur at the clubhouse. Please bring a wrapped gift with your children’s name on it.
Preferably bring the gift before arriving with your child's name on it to the clubhouse. We will be at the
clubhouse an hour before Santa arrives if you’d like to bring the gift then or you can drop off the gift at 5258
Centennial Hill Drive prior to Saturday, December 10.
Remember the hours are from 2-3.

AT&T Construction
As you are aware the cable/phone companyAT&T was laying fiber throughout our community. We have had
questions on who to contact if there are issues with the work being done. The number is 855-520- 1757

Easement Update
Work on the new subdivision was planned to begin November 1. I’m surprised it hasn’t started. I will reach out
to the developer to see what the current timeline is. The easement work may include some partial lane closures
at the entrance to our community.

Home Sales
Home sales are extremely strong. Our subdivision homes are selling for asking price or close to and they are on
the market for less than 30 days. As we hear from many of our new homeowners they move here based on the
look of our subdivision. Our landscaping manager has a lot to do with that. Thank you Kathy!

Pickle Ball
The pickle ball group is playing on Saturdays at 9 AM. You can find out more about this group on our website.
You can email Bob Dougherty @ for more information. New players are welcome.

Bunco 6:30 PM
Bunco is a simple dice game that is played once a month on a Saturday at the clubhouse. Based on your luck on
rolling the dice determines if you’re a winner. You rotate from table to table changing partners and we take
breaks between the 4 games to socialize. We bring a dish to share with those playing and socialize between 6:30
and 7 PM. At 7 PM we start rolling dice. If you’re interested in some fun and a chance to get to know some
neighbors, bring $5 a person, your favorite dish and your own drinks to join in the fun. Watch the bulletin board
at the entrance for the dates. We usually finish around 9:30 PM.

Free Library
In the walkway to the fitness room a bookcase is full of books. You may take a book to read or you may leave a
book for others to read. Feel free to use this trade off. Tracy Gibson is the owner of this process you can contact
her at

Thanks for reading,
Don Roach, President and the Board of Centennial Commons

AUGUST 2017 – President’s Letter

This has been the busiest year yet for the Board. We have managed to fix and repair so many things in our community along with managing homeowner yards and common areas. With the additional rains we have seen great improvement in our front yards. The community looks in great shape and that is a testament to all the Board members who help in making our community look good. Please thank them for their time as that is all they get for helping us.

Richard Green has been the Director of Finance since a long time ago. I’m not sure he can remember when he started on the Board! Richard announced at the July meeting he was stepping down to pursue personal goals of helping others in foreign countries and a new relationship. Richard, the Board and I thank you for all your time, effort and work in keeping our financial situation in such good shape.

Easement Update

A meeting was held with the developer, CMA and the Board on Aug. 15 and the following was discussed:

  1. The placement of the sewage pipe and the area of the common property it will displace.
  2. Agreement on monies that would be held in escrow until what time work was completed, and signed off on and all expenses have been paid.
  3. All expenses of project would be covered by developer.
  4. Legal to review covenants to ensure Board has authority to grant easement to Cobb County.
  5. Legal to review all documentation and advise the Board through this process.
  6. Developer expects construction and clearing of woods to begin shortly after Labor Day.
  7. No exact date on installation of pipe and what other alternate plans available in case of unforeseen issues.
  8. Inquiry to Cobb County of the ability of the current draining system to handle the water that will be added to our property due to construction and elimination of woods at the entrance of the community.

As I have said before this is a process that has to work its way through various county, legal and engineering requirements. It was on hold for months due to permits needed to begin and now that has been completed the developer is eager to move it along. We will keep you informed through the open meetings, emails or this newsletter on what is transpiring.

The Board voted to place Bob Weber in the vacancy until the January elections. Bob has previously been on the Board in many positions and has a wealth of knowledge of the community. My hope is that he will run again in 2018.

As I’m sure you are aware a solar eclipse will be occurring on our meeting date Aug. 21. Some of our Board members and you may be travelling to observe this event and will not be here. We have some issues that are ongoing but nothing that would warrant a mandatory meeting, besides the Board met on Aug. 15 to discuss the easement issue and handle some August business. With that said, we decided to cancel the August meeting and we will see you in September.

I do hope your summer was fun and eventful for you and your family.

Don Roach



The final pool party of the year is Saturday August 26. We will have Mikey the DJ there and provide the meat, rolls and condiments. There probably will be a mystery meat that some may enjoy. Thank your cooks and helpers as this is labor intensive and as I said before all they get paid is by a simple thank you. 

The pool will remain open through Sunday Oct 1. We would hope everyone will be responsible for this valuable resource. If not, we will close it earlier. We will have lifeguards on duty weekends through Labor Day. All other days or times when a lifeguard is not on duty are swim at your own risk. The pool committee is checking the pool twice daily making sure the chemical balance is correct and safe for everyone to enjoy. The committee would appreciate everyone’s help keeping the pool area clean and neat.  Please be sure to throw away yours and any other trash in the pool area, put the umbrellas down and secure them and straighten the lounge/chairs.

If you rent the clubhouse it does not give your guests the opportunity to use the pool. All rules apply to the pool which limits 4 guests per household unless you have Board approval for more. Anyone using the pool must have appropriate swimwear on before entering the pool.

Landscaping News

Our next front and side yard turf treatment by Tru-Green is scheduled for August 28. It will be a granular fertilizer and post weed treatment and Tru-Green will also be doing spot weed treatment as they run across them. Those of you that have had past backyard treatments at the same time as your front and side yards will need to circle the date on your calendar to remember to open or unlock your side gate to provide Tru-Green access. If you aren’t currently on 4 Season’s backyard turf treatment list it will be too late to get you scheduled for the August 28 treatment. However, you can get on the list for future treatments by calling the 4 Season’s office assistant Linda Lane at 770-452-4455 or emailing her at and providing her the necessary information.

We discussed with 4 Seasons during our monthly landscape meeting the issue surrounding uneven grass cutting that many of you have observed recently. Starting August 21, 4 Seasons will be using the 36″ deck mowers rather than the self-propelled standard push mowers on all yards. The company felt that the larger deck will be more efficient at cutting the grass, reducing the left over debris and allowing the mower to provide a more even cut. The employees will not be allowed to ride on the back and WILL BE PUSHING THESE LARGE MOWERS. The President of 4 Seasons will be here on August 21 to oversee this, and he will also be dedicating specific employees to treating weeds that still have not been adequately killed in pine straw beds and along fences on your property. 4 Seasons was also instructed to ensure that debris gets blown away from the front porches.

Water Aerobics

Some ladies are meeting at 9 AM Monday thru Saturday at the pool to perform water aerobics. Anyone interested should just show up for some exercise and fun. Cathy Mattocks is the leader and you can email her at .  You will need to bring water noodles and if you have them water barbells.

Pickle Ball

The pickle ball group is playing on Saturdays at 9 AM. You can find out more about this group on our website. Practice has been erratic lately due to the heat so we can’t say definitively the days and times of practice. But you can email Bob Dougherty @  and he can give you some answers.

The group is always looking for new players… 

Thanks for reading,

Don Roach, President

And the Board of Centennial Commons



Summer is here for sure! Hot and humid with storms in the afternoon makes the pool that more refreshing. I will write about a few reminders below to help us stay within the pool rules.

I heard (as I was not here) the pool party was a big success and the place was packed. That’s great and I hope those that attended were able to meet new homeowners they haven’t met before. This is what the party is all about, getting to know your neighbors. Next party is on August 26.  Hope to see you then….

We have a new website and a big thank you goes to one of our residents, Tracy Gibson, of  Ink-Jam Digital  who donated her valuable time to design this site on our behalf.  You can find all our community amenities, activities, forms and documents at

We have new pine straw distributed throughout the subdivision and it looks great.  Additionally, the bushes have been trimmed so the community looks fantastic (thank you Kathy Andregg). Homes are selling quickly and at good prices. 2017 has been a pretty good year for Centennial Commons!

Please watch your email and mailbox as there will be some very important information coming out about our future.

The board receives many suggestions as to activities and projects residents would like to see within our community.   As much as we would like to be able to act on all requests, it is impossible for us to do so.

We encourage all those who have ideas or projects, to pursue the leg work as far as the cost and also the care and maintenance, then present it to the board.   We encourage you to take the lead on your ideas!

Here’s to wishing you a safe and happy summer.

Don Roach




For those of you that don’t or can’t attend the Board open meetings (that are normally held on the 3rd Monday of the month at 7 PM) you can find the current financial balance sheet posted on the bulletin board in the clubhouse breezeway. Currently we are $9000.00 under our budgeted amount for the year which is very good news but has to be tempered with the fact we have to pay for the pine straw that was just distributed so we will be very close to our budget for the year. Our maintenance costs are high this year as we have had various upgrades and repairs done to the amenities. We expect more work that needs to be completed once the pool closes which will undoubtedly push us over our budget for the year. With that said, we have reserves to cover these types of additional costs due to a simple $5 increase a previous Board instituted years ago. Along with a $150 capital budget charge that is levied at closings for homes that are sold in the community.


Fitness Room15 years old and older persons are allowed to use the fitness room. When you use the fitness room clean down the equipment you have used and return it to its proper place. A very large sign at the door states the age required. You can find the entire list of rules for the fitness room on the bulletin board in the clubhouse breezeway.

Pool – No glass is allowed in the pool area. If you have found you have a glass container either keep it in your cooler or throw it away. We have plastic cups in the storage room that a lifeguard or pool monitor can get for you. If we have broken glass get into the pool it would have to be cleaned which may include draining the pool. If this occurred the Board would have to decide if the cost merited opening the pool again this season.

Guests You must be present when bringing guests to the amenities. Allowing others to use your card is prohibited. Many that come as guests are not familiar with our rules and it is your responsibility to educate them.

Children under 14 – Must be accompanied with an adult at all times while in the pool area.

Children 14 and over – Can only bring 2 guests with them to the pool at any given time.

A full list of the pool rules are posted on the bulletin board in the clubhouse breezeway.

Gas Grills – The gas grills are for your convenience. You need to be knowledgeable on their use for your safety. We do not leave the gas on for many reasons when these grills are not in use. The gas line is next to the clubhouse and the handle needs to be turned on (in line with the gas line) to provide gas to both grills. Lighters are stored in the storeroom and the lifeguards or pool monitors have access to them for your use. There is a small hole on the side of the grills where you can put the flame of the lighter into the grill to light the gas that you have turned on with the knob at the front of the grill. You should stand at the side of the grill not in front of it when lighting.

When you are done using the grills it is recommended you burn off the remnants of the products you were cooking for 10 minutes on high. There is a wire brush at the grills for your use to wipe clean the grills after the burn off. Once this is done please turn off the gas at the grills with the knobs provided and by turning the handle perpendicular to the gas line at the clubhouse.

Thanks for your cooperation with following and ensuring others adhere to the rules.

Water Aerobics

Some ladies are meeting at 9 AM Monday thru Saturday at the pool to perform water aerobics. Anyone interested should just show up for some exercise and fun. Cathy Mattocks is the leader and you can email her at .  You will need to bring water noodles and if you have them water barbells.

Pickle Ball

The pickle ball group is playing on Saturdays at 9 AM. You can find out more about this group on our website. Practice has been erratic lately due to the heat so we can’t say definitively the days and times of practice. But you can email Bob Dougherty @  and he can give you some answers.

The group is always looking for new players…


It appears that the adjacent subdivision has been put on hold by the current owner.  The Board considers this a non-event until what time we are approached again on continuing this project.

Thanks for reading,

Don Roach, President

And the Board of Centennial Commons